Rules

  • You must reside in Tasmania.
  • You must be 18 years old or over at the time you register.
  • You can register for the ballot once only. Vouchers are strictly limited to one per person and are subject to eligibility.
  • At the time of registration, applicants will be asked for their full name, phone number, email address and home address.
  • Registering for the ballot is not a guarantee of receiving a voucher.
  • The registration period opens at 9.00am on Thursday, 5 August and closes five days later at 5.00pm on Monday, 9 August 2021, inclusive.
  • To be eligible to receive a voucher you must register online during the registration period. Anyone who is unable to register online during this period can call the Travel Vouchers Tasmania call centre (that number will be available soon).
  • Travel vouchers will be allocated via random selection of valid registrations to successful recipients on Wednesday, 11 August 2021.
  • Successful recipients will be notified via email and SMS (if a mobile number was provided).
  • Unsuccessful recipients will be notified via email.
  • The ballot draw is final – there is no opportunity for appeal.
  • Travel vouchers are not transferable.
  • The ‘Travel Voucher Tasmania’ is a single voucher with a total face value of $300. The travel voucher allows for $200 to be put towards accommodation and $100 towards one or more experiences.
  • The eligible travel period to claim against the travel voucher is from Monday, 2 August to Sunday, 7 November 2021 inclusive, including the school holidays. Any travel or experiences undertaken outside this period cannot be claimed.
  • The travel voucher can be used on any day of the week, including weekends.
  • The travel voucher can be pooled/combined with other successful travel voucher recipients, however travel voucher recipients can only each claim to the maximum of their single voucher.
  • Further to this, the total amount claimed between all voucher holders who have pooled their vouchers cannot exceed the total of the invoice.
  • There is no minimum spend for travel vouchers. They can be partly redeemed but cannot exceed a total redemption value of $300 that includes up to $200 towards accommodation and $100 towards one or more experiences.
  • Travel vouchers can be shared or pooled, or used across multiple days/nights however the person who was issued the voucher is the person who must obtain the receipts/tax invoices and redeem the voucher.
  • Travel vouchers can be used for existing bookings if the eligible activity is undertaken between Monday 2 August and Sunday 7 November 2021, including the school holidays.
  • Travel vouchers can be used on eligible experiences undertaken between 2 August and 7 November 2021, including the school holidays, which were purchased using gift vouchers.
  • Travel vouchers can be used to purchase gift vouchers for eligible experiences and accommodation, but must be purchased between 2 August and 7 November 2021, including the school holidays.
  • Travel vouchers cannot be used to pay for cancellations or fees incurred for cancelling or changing bookings.

We have updated the list of ineligible activities due to the ongoing border restrictions and the School Holiday period. The update also supports more Tasmanian tourism experiences and TICT accredited operators.

  • All activities with operators that are Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania (TICT) accredited are considered eligible.
  • You cannot redeem the cost of these activities:
    • Parks and Wildlife park passes and entry fees.
    • Parks and Wildlife campground fees.
    • Purchase of retail goods including cellar door items, souvenirs and gifts.
    • Donations.
    • Care services (for example, school holiday programs and the activities included within them).
    • Fees for tuition, education and regular sport or recreational participation, for example, weekly children’s sports games, surf lessons, pool entry fees, gymnastics.
    • Private and public transport that is for the sole purpose of transportation to residential areas (for example, Bruny Island Ferry).
    • Fuel.
  • You cannot redeem the cost of these activities, unless they are part of a recognised unique Tasmanian tourism offering:
    • Art classes and workshops.
    • Events and/or performances.
    • Alcohol and other beverages.
    • Food.
    • Equipment-hire.
    • Spas/beauty therapy.


      Please note this is not an exhaustive list. If you are unsure if your activity is eligible, please call us on 1800 344 077.
  • You cannot make a redemption and/or claim without a valid travel voucher.
  • Successful travel voucher recipients can choose to claim a redemption for individual eligible activities as each activity is undertaken (to a maximum total value of $300), or they can wait to submit their claim until the full value of the travel voucher ($300) can be claimed.
  • Valid ‘proof of purchase’ must be provided for each eligible activity to claim the redemption.
  • 'Proof of purchase' means a document issued by the eligible activity provider and can include a tax invoice; Invoice; receipt and can be printed or handwritten so long as it includes the following information.
    • ABN*.
    • Recipient name (accommodation only).
    • Business Name providing the activity e.g. name of accommodation venue.
    • Amount paid.
    • A description of what was purchased (itemised if more than one item).
    • A receipt; invoice or reference number.
    • Words that confirm status of payment, e.g. 'paid in full'.
    • Date of transaction.
    • Date of stay or activity, e.g. check in and check out date of accommodation.

    *some accommodation types may not provide ABN information.